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Always Have Business
Whether you’re on a professional
shoot, or taking pictures for personal enjoyment, you may be approached by a person, or persons,
requesting your services. Having
business cards on hand, or a pro-mo card featuring an example of
your work, is always a good idea.
Remember to have updated contact and website information so
potential clients will always have
your information readily available
for any future events.
2 Keep Your Camera
A blower brush and
lens-cleaning cloth can go a
long way in maintaining your
cameras and lenses. Blowing
dust from the camera’s sensor and mirror, or gently wiping the front element of your
lens ensures your images
will be clear and free of any
spots. Hours of editing photos on your computer will be
saved simply from keeping
the equipment clean.
1 Motivation Is
Even the most creative
minds get stuck once in a
while. To get out of that
rut and keep yourself motivated, taking a trip to
the local gallery and looking at other people’s work
can help guide you into the
direction you might want
to go as a photographer.
Books and magazines can
prove to be great references, as well.